Little is known about Miéville, but what people are searching for can be found in her films, and has been there the whole time.
Suzanne Ciani, a pioneer of electronic music in the 1970s and ’80s, played her Buchla 200e in a rare improvised performance at a small Philadelphia theater, and it was completely packed.
The meme-ification of Donald Trump is a growing phenomenon that speaks loudly to the absurdity of the 45th president.
Jamie Stewart, the frontman and only continuous member of Xiu Xiu, discusses the band’s refusal to fall prey to nostalgia or resort to deliberate button-pushing.
The agency recently launched a new online database of files documenting its history, from space missions to in-house experiments.
This Wednesday, LACE and the Center for Cultural Innovation are hosting the workshop “Know Your Rights: Artists & Civil Disobedience,” led by the National Lawyers Guild.
Pepsi’s recent and risible “protest” ad has birthed memes that liken it to everything from Tiananmen Square’s “Tank Man” to Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother.”
A collaboration between artist Liliya Lifanova, composer Hiroya Miura, and choreographer Davy Bisaro debuts this week with open rehearsals and a performance.
Antoine Zanuttini’s Fragments of Euclid is a downright mind-bending game inspired by M.C. Escher’s labyrinthine interiors.
As documenta opens for the first time in Athens, Greek artists and anthropologists are closely observing how the German quinquennial will respond to its new location.
An exhibition looks at plant remedies that women have used to control their reproductive lives.